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MLK Day Learning Resources

Which locations, open for visitation, are most relevant to the civil rights movement? [...] »

Examine the events which led to and the aftermath of Brown v. Board of Education. [...] »

Explore Brown v. Board of Education through interactive activities and personal recollections. [...] »

Learn about race in American sports history through the life of Jackie Robinson. [...] »

Hear 12 renowned speeches by African Americans, including Marcus Garvey's only known recording. [...] »

Immerse yourself in the historical struggle for the African American vote in Mississippi. [...] »

Read FBI files on and watch interviews about Malcolm X, human and African American rights activist. [...] »

Who exactly were the Black Panthers? Explore the history and memories of the Seattle chapter. [...] »

Review litigation studies ranging from mental health facilities and jail conditions to equal employment. [...] »

What was Atlanta's role in the larger African American civil rights movement 1940 through 1970? [...] »

 
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